December 27, 2021
When Churches Closed, Religious Leaders Turned To Tech
The COVID-19 pandemic forced houses of worship that closed their doors to adapt to digital media and provide services online in new, engaging ways.
November 8, 2021
Immunizations in American History
As concerns over the safety of vaccinations grow, history professor Katherine Unterman explains how immunizations have impacted Americans in the past.
June 7, 2021
COVID-19 and its Effect on Gender Roles
Due to school and workplace shutdowns, the pandemic not only altered our everyday lives, but increased hardships for women compared to men.
February 23, 2021
The COVID-19 Stimulus Check Debate
As the government continues to debate stimulus checks in response to COVID-19, Sarah Zubairy, an associate professor of economics, explains arguments for and against the proposed bill.
January 28, 2021
Pandemics Kill People, Not Societies
Historical sociologist Samuel Cohn explains that COVID-19 has us living a “historic normal” that’s yet to cause the downfall of a society.
November 19, 2020
Forecasting the Economy in a Post-COVID World
With everyone’s eyes on the fast approaching new year, it's more important than ever to examine the past and present of the economy before looking to the future.
November 13, 2020
Trump Was Expected To Lose Votes In Places Where More People Died Of COVID-19. He Didn’t.
Michael Koch, an associate professor with the Department of Political Science, talks to Buzzfeed News.
September 3, 2020
To teach in person, or not: That is the question
Jonathan Coopersmith from the Department of History discusses returning to the classroom during a pandemic.
August 21, 2020
Aggies BTHO COVID-19: Cristy Ecton ‘94
Cristy Ecton ‘94 is a public relations professional who also volunteers as a courier for Be the Match. Her COVID-19 experiences embody the Aggie core value of selfless service.
August 19, 2020
Putting Out Fires: How Tim Coombs Blazed a Trail in Crisis Communication
Tim Coombs, communication professor and holder of the George T. and Gladys Abell Professorship in Liberal Arts, is blazing a trail in crisis communications research used globally.